From another GB News appointment to 'Bake Off' pie disasters - were you paying attention to the showbiz world this week?
Images of the politician at Wednesday’s inauguration ceremony have been widely shared online.
Pete Davidson joked it's 'fair game' to go after Ariana Grande since she got "Thank U, Next."
Salman Abedi blew up his homemade device on May 22 2017 as hundreds of people milled around in the venue’s foyer.
The 47-year-old criticised by Manchester mayor for comments referencing the atrocity which saw 22 people killed
The rapper references the attack at Ariana Grande's 2017 concert on his new album Music To Get Murdered To.
Ariana Grande issued an apology after making an insensitive comment about the late JonBenét Ramsey. Still, people are calling her out for not knowing better.
Ariana Grande couldn't help but get emotional while performing 'Thank U, Next' onstage in Pittsburgh, Mac Miller's hometown.
Ariana Grande is donating $250,000 of proceeds from her June 8 concert in Atlanta, Ga., to Planned Parenthood, a representative for the Planned Parenthood Action Fund told TheWrap.“Ariana Grande’s generous donation comes at a critical time — in Georgia and across the country, anti-women’s health politicians are trying to ban all safe, legal abortion,” Dr. Leana Wen, the Planned Parenthood Action Fund’s president, said in a statement obtained by TheWrap. “This is not what the American people want, nor is it something they’ll stand for.”Also Read: Ariana Grande Tops List of Most Streamed Female Artists on Apple Music (Exclusive)“Thanks to inspiring support like hers, Planned Parenthood can continue to fight back — in the courts, in Congress, in state houses, and in the streets — against these dangerous attacks on people’s health and lives,” Wen continued. “We are so grateful to Ariana for her longstanding commitment to supporting women’s rights and standing with Planned Parenthood to defend access to reproductive health care. We won’t stop fighting — no matter what.”Last month, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed into law an abortion restriction that’s come to be known as the “heartbeat bill,” which would ban abortions in the state as early as six weeks as soon as a fetal heartbeat is detected. Hollywood has responded by boycotting the state or threatening to pull production from the state of Georgia should the law take effect at the start of 2020.Grande also spoke out in support of LGBTQ rights, condemning anti-Pride protestors who demonstrated outside the venue the evening of her June 8 show. On Sunday, the singer responded to a video shared outside the venue at her Atlanta performance as part of her “Sweetener” tour in which anti-Pride demonstrators brandished rainbow flags with the word “pride” crossed out.“Man… saddened but not surprised by this one bit,” Grande said in a tweet. “I’m so sorry any of my fans had to encounter this. we will do our best to ensure this doesn’t happen again. proud of u all for not fighting / engaging violently. never worth it. wishing him peace & a healed heart cause girl yikes.”Also Read: Ariana Grande Tweets Grammys Thank You, Dress She Would Have Worn If She Hadn't Opted Out (Photos)People Magazine first reported the news.Read original story Ariana Grande Makes $250,000 Planned Parenthood Donation At TheWrap
Her tomato allergy caused her throat to swell up and she was left feeling like she was "swallowing a cactus."
'Baby' singer Justin Bieber has defended himself after an E! News presenter criticised his duet with Ariana Grande at Coachella.
Singapore's parliamentary bill would ban the pop stars' songs because they are "denigrating religions and promoting violence."
Rumours of a Grande and Starbucks collaboration for International Women's Day have sparked an online backlash.